Posted on 15 Jul
The Agency Development Group and Ben Belack have unveiled The Meyer at 3rd, a recently reimagined, boutique collection of residences situated in the heart of Beverly Grove. Located moments from the acclaimed dining and shopping of West Hollywood, The Grove and Beverly Hills, the building features original architecture by Meyer & Holler, the world-renowned architects behind Hollywood’s Grauman’s Chinese Theater and the Getty House. Eight distinct condominiums have been redesigned by L.A.-based BLDG Partners to include contemporary features, such as sleek marble and quartz countertops, custom millwork, Miele and Bertazzoni appliances and private outdoor spaces.
“The Agency Development Group is proud to expand our portfolio with The Meyer at 3rd—it's an exceptional property and the first and last of its kind in one of L.A.’s liveliest neighborhoods,” says Hana Cha, Managing Director of The Agency Development Group.
Built between 1936 and 1939, the building’s H-shaped site was historically designated by the Los Angeles City Council in 2015 and served as the main residence for architects Mendel Meyer and Gabriel Holler for decades. The current one- and two-bedroom residences are situated around a central, open-air courtyard with mature, leafy fruit trees and a picturesque lily pond. All eight residences boast bright, airy interiors with high ceilings, wainscotting, wood-burning fireplaces, washers and dryers and contemporary kitchen appliances. Thoughtful 1930s and 1940s-inspired design details abound, providing a classic charm at every turn. Each residence also leads to a generous private outdoor deck.
“In addition to being a beautifully elevated, historic residence, The Meyer at 3rd offers walkability that is truly unparalleled,” says Ben. “This kind of convenience and accessibility is hard to come by in L.A.— it’s a rare opportunity to live and enjoy one of the city’s most dynamic neighborhoods.”
Prices begin at $1 million. For more information contact Ben Belack at 424.233.0922 or [email protected].